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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 March 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MltTTLINTOWN : ffe4aMdar, March T, ftm. TERMS. Subscription, $1.&0 per annum, if paid within 12 month; $2.00 if not paid within It months. transient advertisements Inserted at 00 tests per inch for each insertion. Transient business notice in Iota) cot awn, 10 cents per line for rack insertion. Deductions will be male to those desiring to advertise Oy the year, half or quarter PENK'A. B. RTIME TABLE. OS and after Monday, June 2Tth, 1877, passenger trains will leave MiUlin Sta tlon, P. K. R.f a follows : EASTWAtB. pbil Ex., daily ex. Sundsy slight ItMin Mifflin Ace, daily except Sunday, l 2S a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 1019 am Johnstown El-, dally ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Mill, daily except Sunday 6 05 p m AUsntk Express, daily V 10 p m WEnrwaao. pitttb'g Ex., dally except Sunday 1 j -18 a in Pacific Express, dailv.. AH s m . .. 4 arrives ll"0ara W.y Pasa., daily J ,we , , , , Mail, daily except Sunday 8 85 p m Mifflin Ace., daily except bunday. 8 ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 27 March 1878

SONHKT. " This ere along the aim resplendent Wet, ' I marked a o oud alive with fairy light. So warmly pure, eo sweetly, richly bright. It teemed a spirit of ether float ing bint. In its own ba;.py empire; while poaeeeeed Wi h admiration of the marvelous eight, ttiowly iu hue ol and ervsolite. Faded, an at some wizard's etern behest; The c oud became a terror, whose dark womb Throbbed with keen lightnings, by destruction . hurled ... Bed bolt ou b Jt, while a drear ominous gloom Enveloped Nature, o'er the startled woild A deep alarm, burst in the thunder-boem; And the swift storm its coal-black wings unfurled. Met by Chance. "Xow, in Silverton, Nevada, we used to" r : " ! "Silverton !" "Yes." 'XevaJa!" Yea." "Well! you're the first mau I've seen from Silverton In a coon's aze. I left there six years ago; left niy wife there." "I went there nearly six years ago. Such was the passage of a conversation going on between two strangers taking a meal in a Utah restaurant, which at tracted ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 April 1878

-''-a. or .itw-,.. a; , '11!. B. T. SCIIWEIER, THE COISTITTJTIOI-THE UHOI-AID THE EJTFOXGIVEIT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor, i VOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1878. NO. 14. illllfe SjJ) W ; y' TIE VESPER BELL. Bid; on, ring on, sweet vesper bell. From out your loftj tower; Your dlvery ai-cen's seem to t?ll How sacred is the hoar. Ring, for Jhe day is almost lon; And now, wbTje. heaven's b)eaing fall. So g?njissof Uy. over all. Aa if iiFkudwer to your call Sweet veaper bell, ring on ! Bow we'c me were the t nea. aweet bell, Oue week ago to-day ! Since then how many a sad farewell Fond lips have learne 1 to ey ! Bow many a soul u heaven bis gone To win the fadeless diadem ! Sad hearts are left; oh, now for them In tones of aweeti-t requiem. Ring, reaper bell, ling on ! And when again, sweet vesper bell. The day of rest shall come; Who kn weth if he still will dwell Here, in an earthly home? How many a ta-Jt will then be done! Oh, may Go! koei...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 April 1878

-- r T -t - Y riFJTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTaWN. Wedaeadar 4rn S. IMS: B. F. SCHWEIEB, antra reopeirree. The war cloud in Europe has a faint nilver lininjf. Democratic power means a low U rifit low tariff means the crashing out of what remains of manufactur ing establishments. English horse buyers are in this country now buying horses. Illinois an;l Kentucky are the States in which ... . . ... i v. ul,f The Republican State Committee Jn ringing- tones sounds the alarm over the prospective passage of the Democratic anti-tariff law by Con gress. The Republican State Central Com mittee met in Harrisburg last week, passed a ringing resolution, protest ing against the passage of the "free trade" bill as proposed by such Dem ocratic leaders as Mr. "Wood, of New York. The movement of people to the West is on a large scale, the over crowded towns and cities are empty ing themselves of their surplus pop ulation, all of which will produce within the next half dozen years a healthy countr...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 April 1878

8E5TINEL & REPUBLICAN MIPlfLINTOWN : irtdBNdr April S, lit.. ' TERMS. 9sbcrip(loa, $10 per annnm. if paid Xltttin It month j $2.00 If not paid within : months. Transient advertisements Interted at 50 ,-t per Inch for each Insertion. Transient business notices in local col uaan, 10 cents per line tor etch insertion. padactioos will be male to those denning to advertise T thB r balf or quarter ng ear. PEUK'A. B. RETIME TABLE. ON and after Mondar, Jnne 25tblB77, passenger train will leave Miffta Sta tten, P- R- R-i follows : EASTWARD. phila F-X-, dailv ex. Sunrtav night 12 M a m Vifffia Aee., daily except Sundav, 2 a rn pacific Ezprens, daiW ex. Monday 10 19am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a la Util. dailr except Sunday 4 05 p m Atlantic Expresa. daily 9 10 p m WESTWARD. flttrb'f Rx . dally except Sunday 12 J. i m pacific Expresa, dnilr 5 m ... C arrives 1A0 am Way Pa., daily 10 10am Mail, dally except Smidar, 135pm If ifBin Acc., daily except Sunday. 8 00 p m Eepuhlican St...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 3 April 1878

- Jos rwsley AetMma Car. ' "You see," said the bartender, "we ere trout-fishing on the Skohola creek, In the wilderness of Tike County, Pa. Ex-Judge John Scott, ofXew York, w as one of the party. The Judge is airlicted now and then with the asthma, aud one evening we got into Thomas Westbrook's tavern after a hard day's lish, and the Judge was wheeling pretty stiff. That night ex-Congressman "Jake" Kleinhans, of Milford, drove out to Blooming Grove that's where we were where he has a $50,000 tan nery. The Congressman is a great joker. He saw the Judge getting right up on his toes reaching after wind, and said, innocently and sympathetic-like: "Why, that's what Joe Beeseley had ; but Joe cured himself." The Congressman couldn't say how Joe had cured himself, but he said that if he was in the Judge's place he'd drive out to Joe 'sin the morning. "It's only twelve miles," said he. The Judge said that was quite a pull, but by-and-by he said, in that nielaa choly way of his: "But if you'...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 April 1878

i the ooisnnmoi-THE tjiioi aid TS3 tswioaaaT or the lavs. Editor and Propitiator. B. F. SCIIWEIER, MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1878. NO. 15. VOL. XXXII. 111111 III III E I ! Ill I I I I I I .1 I TH OLD MIS IS THS STYLISH CHURCH. Well wi'e. I've bn to church to-dJ bean to a stylish one Ad J seein' 30a can't go from boms, I'll tell yon what done; You would have been surprised to see wha I have seen to-day; Ttt sisters were fixed up so Sue they bardly bowed to pray. I bad on these coarse clothe o' miue not much the worse for ear But, then, they knew I wasn't one tby called a m.lliouaire; . So Ue led the old man toa seat away bark by the door; Twaa bookie a. and uncnshioned, a reserved seat for the poor. Pretty soon in came a etra tiger, with gold rines and clothing fine; TheT led him to a cushiua'd seat far in ad Tance of mine: I thought it wasn't exactly rifcht to eeat bim up so near. When he was young, and I was old, and very bard to hear. But then there...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 April 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLIN'TOWN. Wednesday, April 10, 18T8. B. F. SCHVTEIEE, If taa war breaks oat anew in Eu rope, yoa may be enlisted in Canada. Vn1e Hamrvtoa is traversing Sjutb Carolina, defending tbe legal ity of H ives' title to the Presidency, and the purity of his administration." Xlil'icw upon millions of dollars are going to waste, in Pennsylvania, in iron establishments, that are out or blast Who lost the most by their failure, tbe men who invested their money in the busine63, or th men who were employed about the works .' Our Democratic cotemporaries have little to say on the subject ot the spring elections in Ohio and Indiana. They ignore the fact that in both States Republican gains are large and significant, particularly where the Democracy attempted to make an open fight by contesting with any of the independent factions. The -National" vote fell off very largely in all parts of both these States, but more especially in Ohio. This proves the temper of the Repu...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 April 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, April 10, 187. TKRMS Subscription, $1.50 per annnm, if paid itUn12 months; $2.00 if nut paid within ! months. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 cents per inch for each insertion. Transient business notices in locml col nmu, H cwits per line for each insertion. Deductions will be nude to those desiring Vv advertise, by the year, half or quarter ear. PENN'A. B. B. TIME TABLE. ON' and after Monday, June 21th. 1877, passeneer Uaij will leave .Mifflin Sta tion, F. R. K., as follows : ZASTWABD. Phila Ex., daily ex. Sunday "'frbt 1254im Mifflin Aec, daily. except Sunday, 6 2ram Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 1019 am Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 a m Mail, daily except Sunday 6 05pm Atlantic Express, daily 9 10pm WESTWARD. Pitt; b'p Ex . daily except Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, daily 5 5 a in - ., t arrives 10Mls.m Wit Pats., dailv r, . - ,A , f leaves. .......10 10 s ni Msil. daily except Sunday 3 33 p m Mifflin Ace,...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 10 April 1878

Orknejr and the brcadl The people of Orkney, and especially of Kirkwall, are almost a race to them, elves, morally, H not physically. They are peculiarly radical Id their notions, and think the world should be governed on the principles or equality and fratern ity. In many of the shops the air they assume seems to Intimate that they confer an honor upon you by serving you. A gentleman living near Kirk wall had occasion to ask several ques tions of the Postmaster, and received a reply intimating in polite terms that he was to mind his own business. As it happened to be his business, as much as it was the Postmaster's duty to give the required Information, the gentle man in question referred the matter to the chief office in Scotland, and the Postmaster was brought to his senses. But this peculiar condescension, this Idea of equality, was very much more apparent in Shetland. There it became occasionally offensive; in Orkney, never. And there is an element in the Orcadian sbopkeeiers, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 April 1878

.i 7 Ii. F. SCHWEIER, THE COirSTITUTIOS-THE THE ESrOBGIMEUT OP THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFLIN1WN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENNA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1878. NO. 16. ir ii ir 11 in ii hi WD WE REAP WHAT WB SOW. i rtr r.iMAMiirA or Dun. for weal or far uw, We any try to avoid them ma; do what we wUl;" But our acta, like our shadows, will follow na sUJ. The world ia a wonderful chemist, be aura, And detect in a moment the base or the pure. We may boaat of our claim to genius or birth. Bat the world takes a man for just what he'a worth. We suit in the race for fortune or fame, And then, when we fall, the world beara the blame ; Bat nine times in ten, its plain to be seen. There ' a lurew somewhere loose" in the human machine. Are you wearied and worn in this hard, aarthl strife? Do you yearn for affectiou to sweeten your life? liemember thia great troth has often been proved; We must make ourselTea lovable, would we be loved. Though life may appear as a desolate track, let ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 April 1878

SLNTLXEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLlHTOWS. UedHMdar, lrU it. Wt. B. F. SCflWEIER, There art not many tons of the California wheat crop of 1877 left in that State. The crop has been ex ported. The Awth .American wisely pnts it in this way : Republicans who talk of fitting' the Administration thfo fall might as well reflect a little while: long enough to consider whether the Democrats are not sufficiently strong and numerous to engage their whole attention. "Prefering an ex-rebel General for doorkeeper of the House to General James Shields, a gallant soldier of the Mexican war, and of the war to put down rebellion, is the be6t evi dence we have yet had of the hoM which the South has on the Demo cratic party. Gen. Shields served in the Illinois Legislature, on the Su preme Bench of that State, was Com missioner of the United States Land Office, a United States Senator and Governor of Oregon but he also served as a soldier against the rebel- lion, which rendered him unfit for Democratic sup...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 April 1878

SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN : Wednesday, April IT, 1BT8. TERMS. - Subscription, $1.50 per annum. If paid Wttfcin 12 monthi ; $2.00 if not paid within 2 month.. Transient advertisements Inserted at 60 cents per inch for etch Insertion. , Transient business notice in jocel col umn, 10 cents per line for each insertion. . Deductions will be made to thise desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter Vesr. PERN' A. B. ILTIME TABLE. ON and after Mondav, Jane 25th, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. S. K., as follows : TiSTWSSD. Phils Ex., dalle ex. Sunday wight 12 M a m Mifflin Ace, daily except Srtndsy, 6 2i a m Marine Express, daily ex. Monday .10 19 am jnhnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 32 a m Mail. dfy except Sunday ? iW p m Atlantic Express, daily 9 10 p m. WISTWAftD. Pirttb'g Ex . daily evcept Sunday 12 38 a m Pacific Express, daily (Mini j -i . arrives ....i"am way r..,., j le.ee.... .10 10 . m Mil. dailv exceut Suudawi 8 S5 D m Mifflin Acc., dai...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 17 April 1878

Greeley. Mr. Greeley wu a persistent and un tiring worker. lie wm wy seldom ilnTved resting away from bia desk. lu the Inter year of bis life he did oc casionally resort to a lounge for nap, but it was because be had lost bis reg ular rest previously. When deeply ab sorbed he committed the most comical i ts. lie would shout loudly for the boy. aud then the colloquy : Dennis, what thief has taken my tci-ors?" "Why, Mr. Greeley, there's your scissors on the chair." "I did not see them." He was a late worker, and although he knew there was a limit to the time when he could get his deliverances into the paper, he was certain to be a trans gressor. Xext day there was a noise made in the business department over lute mails aud bundles which were de layed by getting the paper late to press. Who was to blame? David Khoades could tell when the "forms" came down; the foreman, Sam. Walters, could tell when he sent them down, aud when he got his last copy marked "must" from Mr. Greeley. When th...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 April 1878

B. F. SCHWEIER, THE OOJ8TmJTI0I-THE TTJIOI-AXD THE HTOICIMETT OP THE LA. VS. Editor and Proprietor. YOL. XXXII. MIFFLINTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENN A , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1878. NO. 17. - THE TITOS. The tin, the tiroes I rt the times Are getting worse than ever; The good old wave oar fathers trod , Shall grace their children never. The turniptop and pumpkin Tine, - - - The produce of hie toil. Has given plan to flower pota And plants of foreign sail. ' Farewell, the pleasant honking night. Its merry after scenes. When Indian podding smoked beside The eiant pot of beans ; When lames joined the social band. Nor ouce affected fear, Hut gave a pretty oheek to kiss For every crimson ear. Affected modesty was not The test of rirtoe then. And few took pains to swoon away. At the sight of ngly men; For well they knew the parity Which woman's life should own. Depends not on appearances. Bat on the heart alone. farewell the jovial qoilhng matrh. - The songs and merry play, The whirling of the ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 April 1878

gTg&ggUBIjCAg " SFffXlNTOWN. Wedaesdai'. Aprlla31, MTSj B. F. SCHWEIER, IFTDI AS MOFIttTOf . Republican State Convention. HiiQCATE Bsrcsucas 3Tir Con itt, HaaaisBcse, March 27, 1878. In pursuance or a resolution of the Repu WicaiK SUM Committee, adapted at a meeting held id IlarrisbuTg Oiia day, a Republican Stete Convention (to be complied of dele- I gites from each Senatorial and Represents- j tive district to the number to Wdicosucn district is entitled in the Legislature, is hereby called to meet in the city of Harris burg, at twelve o'clock noon, on Wednes day, May IS; 187?, for tJ purpose of nom inatmff one person for Governor, One person fof Lieutenant Governor, one person foi Secretary of Internal Affair! and' one per-ar-n for jfurtge of the supreme Court. By order Of the committee. TVilliam P. Wilsos, Chairman Johk A. Shell, Sec'y. A nice old gentlemAn named Wright, now in Congress, from the Luzerne district, proposes to issue several hundred of millions of greenbacks, ...

Publication Title: Juniata Sentinel And Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 April 1878

j&HUktm.m il in 1 SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN MIFFLINTOWN: Wednesday, ItfrH 34, if T. TERMS. Subscription, tl.60 per annum, IT rU within 12 month $2.00 if not paid within 12 month. Transient advertisements inserted at 60 eeoU per lock for ech insertion. Transient basinet notices in local eol oron, 10 Cents per line for each Insertion. Deductions will be made to those desiring to advertise by the year, half or quarter rear. PENN'A. B. ETIME TABLE. OV and after Mondav, June 2oth, 1877, passenger trains will leave Mifflin Sta tion, P. K. R., as follows t EASTWARD. Phils Ex., dstty ex. Sunday night 12 54 a m y iff in Ace, daily except Sunday, S 2) a m Pacific Express, daily ex. Monday 10 19 a ra Johnstown Ex., daily ex. Sunday 11 82 am Mail, daily except Sunday. . 6 05 p m Atiautic Express, daily t 9 10 pm wasrwAKb. Pitt-Vf Ex , daily except Sunday 12 59 a m to-..: Ftit!l dnllv. i ....... S 6f t in j., arrives 10 00am. W ay ri , leavea lOlOsnij XaU, dailv except Siindav s p m VWUn Acc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 24 April 1878

Palestine. The Jordan Valley is a waste, on both sides of the river. It is one of the finest tropical countries in the world. It has numerous fountains and ways for irrigation. All the waters of the Jordan may may be used for purposes of Irrigation, so great is the fall ; and the valley is capable of sustaining five millions of souls in comfort, and even in luxury. There are, perhaps, two hun dred and fifty thousand in all Palestine. Some of the ancient works of this country still remain, because of their Cyclopean architecture and substantial character. Such are Solomon's pool and the aqueducts which might easily be repaired, and at small cost compara tively. Some of the tombs which re main were constructed at enormous cost. Tbey were the works of princely treasures Such are the tombs of the Judges, fifty-five minutes walk north of Jerusalem; the tombs of the Kings (probably the tomb ol Queen Helena and her family, converted to Judeaism about A. I. 46), thirty-five minutes walk nor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 May 1878

I? ILL r-rA AK.AAillAlll A rfeeA AA' 13. F. SCIIWEIER, THE CONSTITUTIOS-THE UUTOff-ASD THE EfTOEOEMEHT OF THE LAVS. Editor and Proprietor. VOL. XXXII. MIFFIJNTOWN, JUNIATA COUNTY, PENXA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 187S. NO. IS. 4 MERRY RiEt. Sprinkle, sprinkle, cornea the rain. Tapping on the window-pane ; Trickling, conning. Crowding, forcing Tiny rilla To the driving window-ailla. Laughing rain-drops, light and swift, Through the air they fall and sift; Dancing, tripping. Bounding, skipping Thro' the street, With their thousand merry feet. Ever; Made of grass around Is a ladder to the ground; Clinging, striding. Slipping, sliding. On they come With their busy zip and bum. In the woods, by twig and spray. To the roots they find their way; Pushing, creeping. - Doubling, leaping, Down they go To the waiting life below. Ob, the brisk and merry rain, Bringing gladness in its train ! Failing, glancing. Tinkling, dancing. All around Listen to its cheery sound : The Hour Before Dawn The latest Se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juniata sentinel and Republican. — 1 May 1878

WedDOda), May I. , F. SCHWEIEB, ECftOB PEOPITO. B. Republican State Convection. Hxarxjcaerxas KcprBi.iC4 Stat. Coii ,ttee, Hrirso, March 27, 1878.-In pursuance or. resolution or the Republican Stat Committee, adopted at a meeting held in Harmburg this day, Republican fate Convention (to be composed or do gates Trom each Senatorial and Representa tive district to the number to which inch di.trkt U entitled in the Legislature,) U herebv called to meet in the city or Harri burg.'et tx-Tve o'clock noon, on Wednes day, May 15, 1878, for the purpose or fiom lt.ating one jrson Tor Governor, one person for Lieutenant Governor, one person fo' Secretary of Internal Affair and one per son for judge of the supreme Court. By order of the committee. William P. Wilsos, Chairman Jobs A. Shcll, Sec'y. The President Misunderstood. Not long after President Hares went into office tbe country fell into a misunderstanding, or misinterpre tation of his views as to the part that office holders shall take i...

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